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20 May, 05:17

Does the product of (x - 1) (x + 1) result in a perfect square trinomial? Why or why not?

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  1. 20 May, 05:33
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    No.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    When you distribute the two factors it would become a perfect square binomial because the - x and the x would cancel out leaving only x^2 - 1, which is the difference of two squares.
  2. 20 May, 09:02
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    No because the when you distribute it out it would be (x^2 - 1) which is not a perfect square trinomial equation. Also it cannot be a perfect square trinomial because one binomial has negative 1 and the other has positive 1 which indicates that it is not a perfect square.
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